Joey C Photo
Joey C Photo
Joey C Photo
Yes, my good friends, it’s time to party! This Friday Night at DOG BAR @ 9pm is the place and time. Please come out and support our local artist POCKET TANYA, and have a blast at a live showcase performance and JUNKIE POP music video world premiere. Filmed inside the landmark locations of EMPIRE DEPARTMENT STORE and THE DOG BAR, this puppy is all Gloucester through and through! The video was conceived on the fly, and shot in a matter of a couple of hours. It was done all hand held, and just me and Paul, no other crew. This is a true run-n-gun production. Pocket Tanya is an amazing performer-singer-songwriter that will entertain the shit out of you! Also on the ticket is Megan McKenzie, a soulful and powerful vocalist that you won’t want to miss. Then to hold it all together is the pumpkin’ DJ stylings of SUPA UGLY. Calling all LGBT, ESPN, WKRP, NCAA, AACP, AARP..EVERYBODY COME OUT AND HAVE SOME FUN!!!!(The video will be re-played throughout the night, so you won’t miss it if you come out a bit late.)
Below is are some sample frames from the video!!
Pocket is amazing, so call all ya homies, best mates, stupid neighbors, and so-so friends and come to the show!! Maybe have some snacks & drinks, meet Pocket Tayna and special guests, and have a friggin blast!!!!
You can find Pocket Tanya on iTunes suckas!
Hi Joey, et al. Not sure if GMG has a ‘lost and found’ post, but it seems it is worth trying, so here goes….
REWARD for Missing Dog (Essex MA) and Missing Coat (Cape Ann, MA)
The coat went missing during the first week of December, and may have been taken home as ‘mistaken identity,’ but without identifiers for the owner…, has not been returned. d
Maybe FOB can Help. REWARD for both! Thanks! Karen Pischke
Just before Christmas, we asked people whether we should bring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Musicians Hall of Fame inductee, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient & the greatest Hammond B3 master of all time, BOOKER T. JONES, to Beverly’s Larcom Theatre. Response was overwhelmingly positive, so we’ve done it and tickets are now on sale to the public, but they’re selling fast. Get your tickets here and don’t miss out on Booker T.’s only New England appearance on this U.S. tour. You may remember him from Booker T. and the M.G.’s, with hits like “Green Onions,” “Hang ‘Em High,” “Time Is Tight,” and “Melting Pot,”. While at Stax Records, Booker T. also wrote “Born Under a Bad Sign” with William Bell, which was recorded in 1967 by Albert King and later by Cream and Jimi Hendrix and covered live by many others. Here’s Booker T’s powerful version with his excellent touring band!
And here’s Booker T. with Gary Clarke Jr. and John Mayer live at the 2013 Rock and Roll Induction Ceremony
Dinner Specials Every Week!
Wednesday, January 14th
Special Guest: INGE BERGE!
Great songwriter. Great guitarist and singer. Great person
for us all to know and love here in Gloucester. The great . . .
Inge Berge! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
Check out Fred’s rockin’ wine menu!
Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂
Bread So you will never go hungry
Wine So you will never go thirsty
Salt Sprinkled around doors and windows, for good luck
Olive Oil Which represents good health
A Candle Symbolizing light
Wood To bring peace, harmony and stability to your new home
Broom To sweep away evil and ensure that the home/office stays clean of any negativity
Sugar So your Mayor term will always have sweetness
Coin So you can lead our beautiful City to dwell in good fortune
Honey So you may always enjoy the sweetness of your Mayoral term
Mariposa Simply because Sista Felicia believes every office/home needs some Mariposa!
In addition to the traditional gift items, were a few of my personal favorites: a bottle of Sista Felicia Homemade Limoncello, San Marzano Tomatoes, a freshly baked Cherry Cheesecake and a special gift from the Mariposa Company!
It’s no secret to friends and family that I have an obsession for all things Mariposa, and love that the companies large product line makes gift giving throughout the year so simple! The fact is I truly adore the beauty and functionality of the Mariposa Product line. It makes entertaining easy, elegant and adds a special touch of flavor to anything served on Mariposa! From stemware, to servingware and everything inbetween my tables and home are adorned with Mariposa on a daily basis! Last night while assembling the gift basket I was disappointed in my efforts to purchases a “String of Pearls Sticky Note Holder”, for the mayor’s new office. This handy decorative little note holder is one of the of my most used collection pieces, in the house! Late last night I decided to reached out to the Mariposa Company directly after my failed attempts yesterday to purchase one of my most handy and beautiful Mariposa desktop pieces for my dear friend and new City Mayor Sefatia. This morning just prior to my scheduled meeting with the Mayor, I learned from my contact at the Mariposa Company, that the “String of Pearls Sticky Note Desktop Holder” is classified as retired collection pieces, but the companies warehouse had one available and had been processed for me to pick up. Love dealing with the Mariposa folks, as always, they totally came through on short notice. I personally would like to thank Laura Makin and the Mariposa Staff for their assistance this morning,and for the retired “String of Pearls “ collection piece they generously gifted to our City of Gloucester’s New Mayor Sefatia Giambanco Romeo Theken!
Please know I’m grateful and that the Mayor is Thrilled to have your beautiful Gift on her desk…She Loved it!
My wife and I recently moved to Gloucester and naturally have subscribed to your blog. Are you ever looking for content, whether it be articles or photos? I work full time in software product marketing and create plenty of content in various forms for work and am an aspiring amateur photographer – if you are looking for pics, or reviews or something else, let me know!
Here is a recent flickr album with a few Gloucester shots: https://www.flickr.com/photos/8031099@N03/sets/72157647074989800/
Click photo below to see the entire set-
Wanna go for a walk in Burnham Field, this is what you get (see poop shoe pic below). I want to thank all the lazy inconsiderate people who let their dogs take dumps all along the new paths and don’t bother picking it up. The walkways are literally littered with dog feces. This is a disgrace and makes one wonder if people don’t respect the places where they live do they respect anything.
Marine Forecast :
Wed NE winds 5 to 10 kt. Seas 2 to 3 ft. A chance of snow showers.
Wed Night N winds 5 to 10 kt. Gusts up to 20 kt after midnight. Seas 2 to 4 ft. Scattered snow showers. Vsby 1 to 3 nm.
Pod Cast Weather :
Hourly Forecast :
GHS Girls Basketball will be hosting a Restaurant Fundraiser this month at Jalapenos. Would you be willing to post this on “Good Morning Gloucester” so we can invite the community to join us?
We have an event that we are hosting in Salem on April 10th and 11th at the Hawthorne Hotel and we were hoping you could help us get the word out. Is there anything you can do to help? Thanks for your time.
Founder- Mass Ghost Hunters Paranormal Society
Please put on GMG – The Writer’s Block (Cape Ann TV) with John Ronan will feature Barbara Boudreau in an interview about her novel “The Frenchman.” channel 12 at 8:00 p.m., Thursday, January 15. Also at 2:00 a.m. for those on the second shift. Also Friday, January 16 at 9:00 a.m.
Great read. You won’t be able to put it down!
Author of “The Frenchman”
Candlemas Celebration at St. Johns Episcopal Church
Children’s Candlemas Celebration at St. John’s
Interested in what’s happening in the children and youth program at St. John’s?
St. John’s Episcopal Church school will be offering workshops related to Candlemas. For two Sundays, (February 1st and February 8th) all children are invited to take part in this celebration by learning how to make beeswax candles and participate in the feast of the Presentation of the Lord at the Temple (40 days after his birth). The first Sunday (10:15 – 11:15am), participants will learn the story of Simeon and Anna (Luke 2:22 – 40) as they make their candles. The following Sunday (10:15 – 11:15am), children will complete their candles; learn the song of Simeon and help lead the Procession of Candlemas with their lighted candles, as part of the church service. The procession will end with the children arriving in the church, joining their parents. This is a two-session commitment celebrating Candlemas and a great way to check out the children’s program at St. John’s. Just show up and enjoy this celebration!
All children ages 3- 18 (of any denomination) are invited to participate and celebrate.
Wonder if you would post the following notice in Good Morning Gloucester. I know your readers include the people we are looking for to join us in historic preservation efforts.
The Gloucester Historical Commission (GHC) seeks prospective members and alternates. Its mission is to preserve, protect and develop public awareness of Gloucester’s historical assets.
The GHC has up to seven members (all volunteers), each appointed by the Mayor for a 3-year term. We need Gloucester residents with special interest, competence, knowledge, or professional background in history, architecture and architectural history, planning, prehistoric and historic archaeology, anthropology, preservation and conservation, landscape architecture, cultural geography, or property law.
Our meetings, which are open to the public, are held the last Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall third floor conference room. The next meeting is January 26.
For more information contact co-chairman David Rhinelander at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary Ellen Lepionka at me.lepionka@Verizon.net.
Thanks very much,
Mary Ellen Lepionka
17 Hammond St.